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Development and winning, the twin objectives for Galway

Wednesday, 3rd July, 2019 11:04am

Story by Billy Coss
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Development and winning, the twin objectives for Galway

Padraic Joyce. Photo: Sportsfile

Development and winning, the twin objectives for Galway

Padraic Joyce. Photo: Sportsfile

AFTER a storied playing career with Galway that spanned 15 seasons and delivered two All-Ireland SFC titles, three All-Stars, a Texaco Footballer of the Year award and plenty more besides, Padraic Joyce will embark on a new chapter in football when he leads the county U-20s into championship battle against Roscommon in Kiltoom this evening (Wednesday).

Herald Sport caught up with the Killererin clubman to talk about his first foray into top-level management, his Galway U-20 backroom team, the side's goals in the championship, their success in the recent John Kerins Cup, as well as their do-or-die Connacht semi-final versus the Rossies.

Read the interview in this week's edition of The Tuam Herald

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